Posted Dec 10, 2014 BLOG by
September saw the preview of next spring’s fashion trends at Fashion Week, and we couldn’t resist poring over the photos and trend reports from the fashion shows at New York, Paris, London and Milan. And yes, of course we’d love to share our findings with you! Fashionistas, take note of these wardrobe pieces to be had next year.
It looks like green is the next black. Designers collectively created a spring collection centred on lots of green items and military-inspired elements. Think utilitarian jackets, camouflage tones, green parkas, and mingled with a grungy–‘70s theme.
2014’s denim fever will soar to greater heights this coming spring. The runway was never short of dark denim pieces, with an especial fixation on slim-cut, cropped jackets, but livened up with coloured details and patterns, paired with eye-catching skirts and bottoms.
Good news: you can happily ditch your heels in exchange for the comfort of sensible flats. The four corners of the fashion world showcased a range of colourful, laidback and practical footwear, from Velcro strap sandals, brogues, sneakers to Birkenstock-ish kicks as the perfect outfit pairing.
The trends of summer are prepping fashionistas for a season of sport and activity, but of course, there’s no skimping on style while on the go. Designers were inspired by activewear for cricket, tennis and even scouts, proving that comfort is the It-look to go by.
Seventies strikes back
Fashion has moved on from the sixties, and delved into the ‘Flower Power’ of the seventies. A riot of colours, tassels and flares were a recurring favourite detail as much as suede boots, mini A-line dresses and sequinned party garb – it’s going to be a fun season!
Loose is cool
Liberate yourselves from form-fitting pants and skinny jeans, and let loose with wide-legged pairs! The pants of the moment is predicted to be the wide-legged slacks and culottes, a focus on fluid functions, a trend you’re sure to live in all summer long.
Photos via style.com reebok question